A Sleeping Beauty Party Favor For A Sleepover

by Tonya Staab
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Hosting a Sleeping Beauty themed birthday party sleepover? This sleep mask in a gift box party favor is sure to be a hit. 

girl holding a small pillow box with a sleep mask in side

Note: This project was originally created for Hewlett Packard’s MyPrintly website however that site is currently offline. You can find some of the MyPrintly projects on the HP YouTube channel.

Whether it’s a slumber party or a Disney’s Sleeping Beauty party I’ve got the perfect party favor for you. This project was inspired by my daughter who actually loves to wear a sleep mask to bed some nights … you know, on the nights she’s not terrified of the dark and needs the fairy lights around her window to be left on.

What You Need To Make A Sleep Mask Gift Box

  • Avery Scallop Round Labels 80508
  • HP Printer
  • Pillow boxes
  • Eye masks – handmade or store-bought
  • Ribbon
  • Paper doilies
  • Glue
labels, doilies, and a pink sleep mask for a sleepover project

How To Make A Sleep Mask Sleepover Party Favor

Go to Avery.com and download the template for the Scallop Round Labels number 80508 and then follow these directions.

screenshot of avery labels

There are 371 designs to choose from. Click on page 4 and scroll down until you find this one.

screenhot of labels on avery website

On the right-hand side you will see two tabs ‘edit one’ or ‘edit all’. For this project, we are going to ‘edit one’ because we want to use different text on each label. This is a great idea if instead of using words like I did you want to use party guests’ names.

There are 9 labels on each sheet so I came up with 9 fun sleepy sayings:

  • snooze
  • sweet dreams
  • sleeping beauty
  • let’s sleep in
  • ssshhh
  • dream big
  • zzzzzz
  • do not disturb
  • no peeking

Type these sayings (or whatever you want to use) onto each of the labels.

Next, you may want to adjust the font type, color, and size.

screenshot of sweet dreams labels on avery

These are the ones I used:

  • Font: Princess Sofia
  • Font size: 26
  • Font color FFCCOO

Print your labels using your HP Printer. Tip: Printing works best using Google Chrome.

Attach each of your labels to a paper doily.

labels attached to lace doilies

Attach the doily and a ribbon onto each pillow box, and then roll up an eye mask and place inside.

eye mask gift box

Kids are going to love this fun party favor.

girl sleeping wearing a pink eye mask

Please pin this project for later:

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